Mottram Hall

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Mottram Hall
Mottram Hall is located in Cheshire
Location in Cheshire
LocationMottram St. Andrew, Cheshire, England
CoordinatesCoordinates: 53°18′40″N 2°10′26″W / 53.311°N 2.174°W / 53.311; -2.174
OS grid referenceSJ 885 794
Builtc. 1750
Built forWilliam Wright
Listed Building – Grade II*
Official name Mottram Hall Hotel
Designated25 July 1952
Reference #58260
 
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Mottram Hall
Mottram Hall is located in Cheshire
Location in Cheshire
LocationMottram St. Andrew, Cheshire, England
CoordinatesCoordinates: 53°18′40″N 2°10′26″W / 53.311°N 2.174°W / 53.311; -2.174
OS grid referenceSJ 885 794
Builtc. 1750
Built forWilliam Wright
Listed Building – Grade II*
Official name Mottram Hall Hotel
Designated25 July 1952
Reference #58260

Mottram Hall (also known as Mottram New Hall or the Mottram Hall Hotel) is a former country house to the northeast of the village of Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire, England. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building.[1] Not to be confused with Mottram Old Hall (400m along the road to the west).

The house was built around 1750 by William Wright for his son. It is constructed of Flemish bond orange brick with buff sandstone dressings, with a Kerridge stone slate roof, nine brick chimneys, and a facade with projecting end pavilions which have 20th-century extensions. Since the mid-1970s the building has been used as a De Vere Group hotel.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Mottram Hall Hotel (1234766). National Heritage List for England. English Heritage. Retrieved 5 August 2012.

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